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  • Science Tips, May 2014

    Three updates from the Weizmann Institute: TEDx talks on campus about excellence in science and science education; the search for paternal mitochondria yields surprising results; strange shapes in RNA may be notations on top of the gene code.

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  • Science Tips, November 2011

    Three updates from the Weizmann Institute: a much-needed way to grow long nanowires; understanding scaling—how parts stay proportional—in nature; and measuring cosmic distances using supernovae.

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  • Science Tips, June 2012

    Three updates from the Weizmann Institute: losing money sheds light on the evolutionary conditioning behind PTSD; blocking a chemical messenger stops cancer; and a ""microprocessor"" balances efficiency and specificity in RNA.

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  • Science Tips, May 2009

    Three research updates from the Weizmann Institute: vital steps in DNA repair; secrets of sea urchins' sharp teeth; and how white blood cells resemble millipedes.

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    Science Tips, October 2012

    Three updates from the Weizmann Institute: how bacteria that live with arsenate are able to identify it; previously unknown stem-cell ""bodyguards"" in the bone marrow; and a finely tuned immune system ensures response to common ills.

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  • Science Tips, February 2012

    Three updates from the Weizmann Institute: Weizmann is a European Integrated Structural Biology Infrastructure Core Centre; how cells are able to endure starvation; and an ""on/off"" switch in the brain helps regulate a biochemical signal related to stress.

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    Time is of the Essence

    Many of our biological processes follow a 24-hour ""body clock."" Triglyceride (TAG) levels do as well. Strangely, when no biological clock is present, TAG levels in mice still fluctuate. Dr. Gad Asher and colleagues changed when the mice ate – and cut their TAG levels in half. Could merely changing meal time treat TAG-related diseases?

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  • Science Tips, July 2007

    Four research updates from the Weizmann Institute: doping electronics; experiments with interfering electrons; a new model of molecular recognition; and a promising cellular reporter.

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    Lineage Trees Reveal Cells' Histories

    Using a method he developed for determining the ""family trees"" of cells, Prof. Ehud Shapiro and a cross-disciplinary team of Weizmann scientists, including Prof. Nava Dekel, was able to prove—and disprove—some ideas about the female mammal's egg supply.

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